Faculty podcast: What happens when employees are poached?
From Kellogg Insight
In this month’s Insight In Person podcast, we explore how poaching affects companies and industries—and why it may not always be a bad thing. We also hear from a former executive recruiter about how you can make yourself more attractive to headhunters.
Kellogg professors Gad Allon and Achal Bassamboo join Kellogg PhD student Evan Barlow to discuss their recent research on poaching. They explain why some companies are open to having their employees poached.
Then we hear from Adnan Rukieh, director of career services for executive and part-time MBA students at Kellogg and a former executive search consultant, about how employees looking to change jobs may best position themselves for success.
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